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Haiku is a traditional form of Japanese poetry that consists of three lines. It is characterized by its focus on nature and its use of season words or “kigo” to create a sense of atmosphere and to provide a connection to the natural world. Haiku traditionally has a 5-7-5 syllable structure, with the first and third lines having five syllables and the second line having seven syllables. The goal of haiku is to capture a moment or scene from nature in a compact and vivid form, using simple and direct language to evoke a sense of wonder and appreciation for the natural world.

Welcome to the Haiku Submission section of!

Here, you can share your original haiku poems with the community and have them featured on our website.

Haiku is a traditional form of Japanese poetry consisting of three lines with a syllable count of 5-7-5. It is often inspired by nature and seeks to capture a moment or emotion in a few simple words.

To submit your haiku, simply fill out the submission form with your name, email address, and the text of your haiku. Please make sure to proofread your poem before submitting it, as we will only consider well-written and properly formatted haiku for publication.

Once you have submitted your haiku, it will be reviewed by our team of moderators to ensure it meets our guidelines. If it is accepted, it will be added to the Haiku section of the website, where it can be read and appreciated by visitors from around the world.

Thank you for sharing your love of poetry with us, and we look forward to reading your haiku!

Haiku Submission Form